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How to turn of QucikStart??

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Mike Niemann Posted on 2004-07-04 01:20:55.0Z
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After installing ASA9, scjview and dbiqlg seem to start automatically...
and I can't find any way to turn them off.

Any clues?

Regards, Mike Niemann, PBBrowser Author
www.oowidgets.com/pbbrowse.htm


Glenn Paulley Posted on 2004-07-04 12:03:06.0Z
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SQL Anywhere Studio Help
Interactive SQL Help
Introduction to Interactive SQL dialog boxes
Options dialog

Options dialog: General tab

-------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------

The General tab of the Options dialog in Interactive SQL has the
following components:

Commit The following options let you select when to commit changes to
the database. You can also commit manually by entering an explicit COMMIT
command whenever appropriate.

After each command Select this option to commit changes to the
database after each SQL statement is executed.

On exit Select this option to commit changes to the database when you
exit your Interactive SQL session. This is the default setting.

For more information, see AUTO_COMMIT option [Interactive SQL].

Command files The following options control Interactive SQL's behavior
when running command files.

When an error occurs Select an option to control how Interactive SQL
responds when it encounters an error while executing statements from a
command file. Depending on the option you choose, Interactive SQL can
continue executing the file, stop executing the file, or shut down. The
default setting is PROMPT.

For more information about configuring how Interactive SQL responds to
errors while executing statements from a command file, see ON_ERROR
option [Interactive SQL].

[..snip...]

Fast Launcher

The fast launcher is designed to reduce Interactive SQL's startup time.
When the fast launcher is turned on, the fast launcher process
(dbisqlg.exe for Interactive SQL) starts when you log in. The fast
launcher is only available on Windows platforms.


Note that the fast launcher process requires a significant amount of
memory, and the impact on application startup time depends on your system
configuration.

Enable fast launcher Select this option to turn on the fast launcher.
The fast launcher is turned on by default.

Configure Opens the DBISQL Fast Launcher Configuration dialog where
you can configure the TCP/IP port used by the fast launcher and set the
inactivity timer.

The fast launcher uses a TCP/IP port on your machine. If another program
is already using this port, you can change the port number used by the
fast launcher in this dialog.

When the fast launcher is not used for the amount of time specified in
the inactivity timer, it shuts down, which frees up memory for other
applications. By default, the inactivity timer is set to never shut down.

[snip]

Glenn

Mike Niemann <mniemann@oowidgets.com> wrote in
news:8dmee0h42o1o5n9onr4nq4t6e7mj9a1tm9@4ax.com:

> After installing ASA9, scjview and dbiqlg seem to start
automatically...
> and I can't find any way to turn them off.
>
> Any clues?
>
> Regards, Mike Niemann, PBBrowser Author
> www.oowidgets.com/pbbrowse.htm
>

--
Glenn Paulley
Research and Development Manager, Query Processing
iAnywhere Solutions Engineering

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choose SQL Anywhere Studio >> change 'time frame' to all

To Submit Bug Reports: http://casexpress.sybase.com/cx/cx.stm

SQL Anywhere Studio Supported Platforms and Support Status
http://my.sybase.com/detail?id=1002288


Mike Niemann Posted on 2004-07-06 01:30:32.0Z
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Glenn,

Thanks for the quick response. I've now fixed dbisqlg.exe as per your
post... however, scjview.exe is not so easy...

I disabled scjview.exe via the tools/options menu... and the scjview.exe
in "C:\Program Files\Sybase\Shared\Sybase Central 4.3\win32" now no
longer starts automatically... however,

Now the scjview.exe in "C:\Program Files\Sybase\Shared\Sybase Central
4.2"... and there seems no way to turn it off. Very ugly. I renamved the
exe to prevent 18M of memory from being consumed. How can I turn this
off?

Why would "quick start" on be a default?

Regards, Mike Niemann, PBBrowser Author
www.oowidgets.com/pbbrowse.htm


On 4 Jul 2004 05:03:06 -0700, Glenn Paulley <paulley@ianywhere.com>

wrote:

>SQL Anywhere Studio Help
> Interactive SQL Help
> Introduction to Interactive SQL dialog boxes
> Options dialog
>
>Options dialog: General tab
>
>-------------------------------------------------------------------------
>-------
>
>The General tab of the Options dialog in Interactive SQL has the
>following components:
>
>Commit The following options let you select when to commit changes to
>the database. You can also commit manually by entering an explicit COMMIT
>command whenever appropriate.
>
>After each command Select this option to commit changes to the
>database after each SQL statement is executed.
>
>On exit Select this option to commit changes to the database when you
>exit your Interactive SQL session. This is the default setting.
>
>For more information, see AUTO_COMMIT option [Interactive SQL].
>
>Command files The following options control Interactive SQL's behavior
>when running command files.
>
>When an error occurs Select an option to control how Interactive SQL
>responds when it encounters an error while executing statements from a
>command file. Depending on the option you choose, Interactive SQL can
>continue executing the file, stop executing the file, or shut down. The
>default setting is PROMPT.
>
>For more information about configuring how Interactive SQL responds to
>errors while executing statements from a command file, see ON_ERROR
>option [Interactive SQL].
>
>[..snip...]
>
>Fast Launcher
>
>The fast launcher is designed to reduce Interactive SQL's startup time.
>When the fast launcher is turned on, the fast launcher process
>(dbisqlg.exe for Interactive SQL) starts when you log in. The fast
>launcher is only available on Windows platforms.
>
>
>Note that the fast launcher process requires a significant amount of
>memory, and the impact on application startup time depends on your system
>configuration.
>
>Enable fast launcher Select this option to turn on the fast launcher.
>The fast launcher is turned on by default.
>
>Configure Opens the DBISQL Fast Launcher Configuration dialog where
>you can configure the TCP/IP port used by the fast launcher and set the
>inactivity timer.
>
>The fast launcher uses a TCP/IP port on your machine. If another program
>is already using this port, you can change the port number used by the
>fast launcher in this dialog.
>
>When the fast launcher is not used for the amount of time specified in
>the inactivity timer, it shuts down, which frees up memory for other
>applications. By default, the inactivity timer is set to never shut down.
>
>[snip]
>
>Glenn
>
>Mike Niemann <mniemann@oowidgets.com> wrote in
>news:8dmee0h42o1o5n9onr4nq4t6e7mj9a1tm9@4ax.com:
>
>> After installing ASA9, scjview and dbiqlg seem to start
>automatically...
>> and I can't find any way to turn them off.
>>
>> Any clues?
>>
>> Regards, Mike Niemann, PBBrowser Author
>> www.oowidgets.com/pbbrowse.htm
>>


Mike Niemann Posted on 2004-07-06 12:59:09.0Z
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Sorry about the typing...

Glenn,

Thanks for the quick response. I've now fixed dbisqlg.exe as per your
post and it no long starts automatically...

However, preventing scjview.exe from starting is not so easy...

I disabled scjview.exe via the tools/options menu... and the scjview.exe
in "C:\Program Files\Sybase\Shared\Sybase Central 4.3\win32" now no
longer starts automatically... unfortunately...

Now the scjview.exe in "C:\Program Files\Sybase\Shared\Sybase Central
4.2" start automatically... and there seems no way to turn it off. Very
ugly. I renamed the
exe to prevent 18M of memory from being consumed. How can I turn this off?

Why would "quick start" on be a default?

Regards, Mike Niemann, PBBrowser Author
www.oowidgets.com/pbbrowse.htm

"Mike Niemann" <mniemann@oowidgets.com> wrote in message
news:nevje05e9q2bi3dn540lrulj4359iv90lj@4ax.com...
> Glenn,
>
> Thanks for the quick response. I've now fixed dbisqlg.exe as per your
> post... however, scjview.exe is not so easy...
>
> I disabled scjview.exe via the tools/options menu... and the scjview.exe
> in "C:\Program Files\Sybase\Shared\Sybase Central 4.3\win32" now no
> longer starts automatically... however,
>
> Now the scjview.exe in "C:\Program Files\Sybase\Shared\Sybase Central
> 4.2"... and there seems no way to turn it off. Very ugly. I renamved the
> exe to prevent 18M of memory from being consumed. How can I turn this
> off?
>
> Why would "quick start" on be a default?
>
> Regards, Mike Niemann, PBBrowser Author
> www.oowidgets.com/pbbrowse.htm
>
>
> On 4 Jul 2004 05:03:06 -0700, Glenn Paulley <paulley@ianywhere.com>
> wrote:
>
> >SQL Anywhere Studio Help
> > Interactive SQL Help
> > Introduction to Interactive SQL dialog boxes
> > Options dialog
> >
> >Options dialog: General tab
> >
> >-------------------------------------------------------------------------
> >-------
> >
> >The General tab of the Options dialog in Interactive SQL has the
> >following components:
> >
> >Commit The following options let you select when to commit changes to
> >the database. You can also commit manually by entering an explicit COMMIT
> >command whenever appropriate.
> >
> >After each command Select this option to commit changes to the
> >database after each SQL statement is executed.
> >
> >On exit Select this option to commit changes to the database when you
> >exit your Interactive SQL session. This is the default setting.
> >
> >For more information, see AUTO_COMMIT option [Interactive SQL].
> >
> >Command files The following options control Interactive SQL's behavior
> >when running command files.
> >
> >When an error occurs Select an option to control how Interactive SQL
> >responds when it encounters an error while executing statements from a
> >command file. Depending on the option you choose, Interactive SQL can
> >continue executing the file, stop executing the file, or shut down. The
> >default setting is PROMPT.
> >
> >For more information about configuring how Interactive SQL responds to
> >errors while executing statements from a command file, see ON_ERROR
> >option [Interactive SQL].
> >
> >[..snip...]
> >
> >Fast Launcher
> >
> >The fast launcher is designed to reduce Interactive SQL's startup time.
> >When the fast launcher is turned on, the fast launcher process
> >(dbisqlg.exe for Interactive SQL) starts when you log in. The fast
> >launcher is only available on Windows platforms.
> >
> >
> >Note that the fast launcher process requires a significant amount of
> >memory, and the impact on application startup time depends on your system
> >configuration.
> >
> >Enable fast launcher Select this option to turn on the fast launcher.
> >The fast launcher is turned on by default.
> >
> >Configure Opens the DBISQL Fast Launcher Configuration dialog where
> >you can configure the TCP/IP port used by the fast launcher and set the
> >inactivity timer.
> >
> >The fast launcher uses a TCP/IP port on your machine. If another program
> >is already using this port, you can change the port number used by the
> >fast launcher in this dialog.
> >
> >When the fast launcher is not used for the amount of time specified in
> >the inactivity timer, it shuts down, which frees up memory for other
> >applications. By default, the inactivity timer is set to never shut down.
> >
> >[snip]
> >
> >Glenn
> >
> >Mike Niemann <mniemann@oowidgets.com> wrote in
> >news:8dmee0h42o1o5n9onr4nq4t6e7mj9a1tm9@4ax.com:
> >
> >> After installing ASA9, scjview and dbiqlg seem to start
> >automatically...
> >> and I can't find any way to turn them off.
> >>
> >> Any clues?
> >>
> >> Regards, Mike Niemann, PBBrowser Author
> >> www.oowidgets.com/pbbrowse.htm
> >>
>


Graham Hurst Posted on 2004-07-06 15:34:31.0Z
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> Now the scjview.exe in "C:\Program Files\Sybase\Shared\Sybase Central
> 4.2" start automatically... and there seems no way to turn it off. Very
> ugly. I renamed the
> exe to prevent 18M of memory from being consumed. How can I turn this off?

Start Sybase Central 4.2, click the "Tools/Options" menu item to open
the "Options" dialog. Uncheck the "Enable Fast Launcher" check box, then
click OK.

> Why would "quick start" on be a default?

So that the programs load quickly by default. Slow program loading was a
frequent customer complaint we had with earlier versions of the Java
administration tools. Note that Windows should efficiently swap out the
18 MB of memory when it is not being used.

Cheers,

Graham


Paul Tonizzo Posted on 2004-07-06 15:12:38.0Z
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Hi Mike,

Sounds like you have the fast launcher for Sybase Central 4.2 enabled as well.
Sybase Central 4.2 went out with ASA 9.0.0 so I'm also guessing you have more
than one version of ASA installed. To disabled the fastlauncher for SC 4.2.
Just run the ASA 9.0.0 Sybase Central 4.2 and disable it in the options menu.

Mike Niemann wrote:

> I disabled scjview.exe via the tools/options menu... and the scjview.exe
> in "C:\Program Files\Sybase\Shared\Sybase Central 4.3\win32" now no
> longer starts automatically... unfortunately...
>
> Now the scjview.exe in "C:\Program Files\Sybase\Shared\Sybase Central
> 4.2" start automatically... and there seems no way to turn it off. Very
> ugly. I renamed the
> exe to prevent 18M of memory from being consumed. How can I turn this off?
>
> Why would "quick start" on be a default?
>
> Regards, Mike Niemann, PBBrowser Author
> www.oowidgets.com/pbbrowse.htm

--
Paul Tonizzo
iAnywhere Solutions Engineering


Paul Tonizzo Posted on 2004-07-06 15:16:55.0Z
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By the way, this is documented in Sybase Central Help under:

Sybase Central Help
Introduction to Sybase Central
Using Sybase Central
Options dialog

Paul Tonizzo wrote:

> Hi Mike,
>
> Sounds like you have the fast launcher for Sybase Central 4.2 enabled as well.
> Sybase Central 4.2 went out with ASA 9.0.0 so I'm also guessing you have more
> than one version of ASA installed. To disabled the fastlauncher for SC 4.2.
> Just run the ASA 9.0.0 Sybase Central 4.2 and disable it in the options menu.
>
> Mike Niemann wrote:
>
> > I disabled scjview.exe via the tools/options menu... and the scjview.exe
> > in "C:\Program Files\Sybase\Shared\Sybase Central 4.3\win32" now no
> > longer starts automatically... unfortunately...
> >
> > Now the scjview.exe in "C:\Program Files\Sybase\Shared\Sybase Central
> > 4.2" start automatically... and there seems no way to turn it off. Very
> > ugly. I renamed the
> > exe to prevent 18M of memory from being consumed. How can I turn this off?
> >
> > Why would "quick start" on be a default?
> >
> > Regards, Mike Niemann, PBBrowser Author
> > www.oowidgets.com/pbbrowse.htm
>
> --
> Paul Tonizzo
> iAnywhere Solutions Engineering

--
Paul Tonizzo
iAnywhere Solutions Engineering